The recording of the student and parent webinar held last week is now available from the Presentations and Tutorials page on the VTAC Careers Practitioners Website:
Statements of support Where a statement of support is required for SEAS or Scholarships, it must follow the guidelines outlined in the Evidence section of the VTAC website and outline the educational impact of the situation or condition. These documents are not a suitable replacement for a statement of support […]
CASPer security measures may prevent connections from multiple test-takers on the same connection. If you are planning to organise groups of students to sit the CASPer test onsite at your school simultaneously, you are strongly encouraged to contact email@example.com well in advance of the test date to set up and […]
As part of the ongoing Admissions Transparency Implementation Plan, VTAC is providing feedback to the Admissions Transparency Implementation Working Group on their proposed common terminology for Australian tertiary admissions. We would like to include any feedback from careers practitioners on the proposed new terminology. Please complete a short survey asking […]
Schools participating in the RMIT SNAP program are reminded that student endorsements through VTAC CourseLink must be finalised by the SEAS closing date, which is 5pm, Tuesday 10 October 2017. It will not be possible to add or remove endorsements after this deadline. For further information regarding the SNAP program, […]
The August 2017 edition of the VTAC Gazette is now available for download from the VTAC website. This edition records all course amendments published between 1 August and 31 August. The next Gazette will be published after the conclusion of September.
In conjunction with the CEAV, we are hosting a webinar for students, parents, and the general community which provides a complete overview of the VTAC application process including preferences, SEAS, scholarships, offers, and the ATAR. The session is interactive, and participants can ask questions throughout using a keyboard or microphone. […]